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In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Katie Hillier speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Katie's journey from her USC online communities graduate program to becoming a digital anthropologist, and now working at the Liiv Center to bring digital innovation to all of anthropology. About Katie Hillier Katie Hillier has worked as a Digital Anthropologist for over 10 years, running global digital anthropology labs in the Innovation consultancy space. She has a passion for bringing empathy to big data and believes in a future where digital anthropology becomes as essential as data science across all aspects of society. Today she is the Chief Digital Anthropologist at the LiiV Center, a non-profit organization committed to bringing digital innovation to anthropology. Recommended Links Katie Hillier on LinkedIn LiiV Center
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Laura Korčulanin speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Laura's journey from her early grassroots organizing to focusing on design anthropology , and founding Give a Shit. About Laura Korčulanin Laura Korčulanin is a pioneer design anthropologist, systems thinker, and environmental advocate. She is passionate about true world changes and working towards positive impact and regenerative solutions. What defines her the most is an ecosystemic vision and holistic approach to world challenges and their solutions, where nature is the main stakeholder. She is passionate about life and projects that make a difference to all living beings, co-creating her legacy through innovative research and educational frameworks with different stakeholders. She has over 12 years of experience in qualitative research, six years of experience in university-level positions teaching with holistic educational models, and a decade of immersed creation in the private and public sector, from design consultancy agencies, municipalities, decision-making bodies, NGOs, and academia. She is the founder of Give a Shit and is currently finishing her PhD focused on integrated sanitation solutions and urban water management with a case study of Lisbon. Recommended Links Laura Korčulanin on LinkedIn Give a Shit
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Ainslee Hooper speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Ainslee’s journey from her anthropology schooling to becoming a disability inclusion consultant and podcaster. About Ainslee Hooper Ainslee Hooper is an Anthropologist specializing in disability inclusion. For the past three years, she has worked on numerous projects utilizing her ethnographic & qualitative research skills with a focus on disability inclusion for councils, disability service providers, public venues and sustainability services firms. Ainslee combines her unique knowledge of disability with her professional skills, along with her evidence-backed research methods to empower businesses and organizations to remove invisible barriers and be more inclusive and accessible, reducing the risk of ableism. Ainslee has been recognized in her field, receiving the Employment Award in the Geelong Awards for People with Disability in 2020. This award recognizes someone who has achieved success or made a substantial contribution to empowering and developing others in the workplace or the community. Ainslee graduated from Deakin University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Anthropology. Ainslee is currently completing a PhD in Anthropology at Deakin University, researching the experiences of people with disabilities during the COVID19 pandemic and "COVID normal". Ainslee is currently a Community Representative on the Access & Inclusion Advisory Committee for the City of Greater Geelong and is an advisor on the 'Women and Body Mapping' Research Study Advisory Group and sits on the board of the Barwon Disability Resource Council & MuMEcations. Recommended Links Ainslee Hooper on LinkedIn Ainslee Hooper Consulting  Ainslee Hooper's Podcast
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Angela VandenBroek speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Angela's journey from consulting and studying innovation, to teaching applied anthropology at Texas State University.  About Angela VandenBroek Angela VandenBroek is a sociocultural anthropologist with a PhD in anthropology from Binghamton University. She has additionally worked as an applied anthropologist in design, branding, and information technologies since 2008—both within organizations and as a freelancer. Broadly speaking, her work sits at the intersection of business and design anthropology and science and technology studies and focuses on how ambitions for better futures by states, citizens and entrepreneurs are coopted and reformed by innovation culture and its infrastructures. She's conducted research in Stockholm Sweden’s startup and innovation ecosystem (#SthlmTech) and will be starting research among entrepreneurs in Austin, Texas in 2021. She is also the web producer for the Committee for the Anthropology of Science Technology and Computing (CASTAC) in the General Anthropology Division of the American Anthropological Association and a leader for the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Apply Club in the Applied Anthropology Network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists. Recommend Links Angela VandenBroek's website  Angela VandenBroek on LinkedIn Angela VandenBroek on Twitter Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology & Computing (CASTAC)
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Lee Wilson speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Lee's journey from studying Indonesian martial arts to working in global development. About Less Wilson Lee Wilson specializes in working with organizations and their leaders to help them understand and drive sustainable change. He has pioneered innovative, participatory approaches to research and implementation grounded in applied ethnography and anthropological thinking. Key to the success of these approaches is detailed analysis of the cultural patterns that shape the ways we think about and act in the world. His approach is highly participatory and works to put people back into strategy. He works with clients to break down silos, to ensure all voices are heard (irrespective of seniority), and help people understand organizational challenges from standpoints other than their own. He creates secure environments for issues to be raised for collective resolution – putting problem-solving and consequent ownership for change into the hands of participants. His work has spanned three continents (UK/Europe, Asia, and Australia/Pacific) with a diverse array of partners and clients including government agencies, the United Nations, art organizations, corporate entities, law enforcement agencies, think tanks, and NGOs. Recommended Links Lee Wilson on LinkedIn
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Timothy Malefyt speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Tim's journey from studying flamenco performance and symbolism in Spain to working in advertising in New York, and on to his current role as a Clinical Professor at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. About Timothy Malefyt Timothy de Waal Malefyt is a Clinical Professor at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. Previously, he held senior positions in advertising agencies where, as a corporate anthropologist, he applied anthropological and cultural approaches to consumer research for developing brand and strategic insights. He has co-authored and co-edited five academic press books, Women, Consumption and Paradox (2020); Magical Capitalism (2018); Ethics in the Anthropology of Business (2017); Advertising and Anthropology (2012); and Advertising Cultures (2003). He often is quoted in popular media, including Bloomberg Businessweek, USA Today and The New York Times, and he has appeared on ABC News. He presents papers at The American Anthropological Association Meetings, Society for Applied Anthropology,  EPIC and the Global Business Anthropology conferences. Recommended Links Timothy Malefyt on LinkedIn Timothy Malefyt Amazon Author page Timothy Malefyt on Fordham University's website BusinessAnthro.com  
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Tom Maschio speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Tom’s journey from Papua New Guinea, the founding of his consulting firm Maschio Consulting, and his most recent book, Digital Cultures, Lived Stories and Virtual Reality. About Tom Maschio Thomas Maschio has been a business anthropologist for the past 22 years and head of his own consultancy, Maschio Consulting, since 2004. Prior to that he carried out academic ethnographic research in Papua New Guinea. He is the author of Digital Cultures, Lived Stories and Virtual Reality. Recommended Links Maschio Consulting Digital Cultures, Lived Stories and Virtual Reality on Routledge
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Elizabeth Briody speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Elizabeth's formative years at General Motors, the founding of her consulting firm Cultural Keys, and the new Anthropology Career Readiness Commission. About Elizabeth Briody Elizabeth K. Briody is the founder of Cultural Keys LLC. Prior to establishing Cultural Keys, she worked over two decades at General Motors R&D, most recently as Technical Fellow. She managed multiple cross-functional teams and led research and change-management projects on high-impact issues including GM’s relationships with strategic partners. Her projects ranged from the effects of downsizing and restructurings on employees to decision-making and governance issues on global vehicle programs to implementing the “ideal culture” in GM’s U.S. manufacturing plants. Elizabeth is co-author of three recent books including The Cultural Dimension of Global Business, written to make culture understandable, visible, and useful to business people; the 8th edition will be out early in 2017.  Her work is documented in award-winning publications and videos. She has been featured in Fast Company, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Working Women, and other news media. She has held positions as Secretary on the Executive Board of the American Anthropological Association and is as Past President of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology. Elizabeth also recently co-founded the Career Readiness Commission with Riall Nolan. The Career Readiness Commission is a new initiative helping to prepare the next generation of anthropologists to meet tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. Check it out at anthrocareerready.net. Recommended Links Elizabeth Briody on LinkedIn Cultural Keys LLC The Career Readiness Commission
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Adam Gamwell speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Adam's journey from studying cultural anthropology to working as a senior researcher with MotivBase. It also touches on Adam's interest in public anthropology and storytelling, which he has demonstrated with This Anthro Life (TAL) and Missing Link Studios. About Adam Gamwell Adam Gamwell is an anthropologist and culture expert, digital producer, innovation consultant & researcher, writer, speaker, and educator. But fundamentally he is a storyteller and driven to make our world a more friendly, humane, and sane place. Through and beyond podcasting, he helps businesses, organizations, and individuals understand the problems they face, create clarity and communication in the face of complexity, and make good things with good people to solve those problems. Because the right story changes hearts, creates community, and drives action. About This Anthro Life This Anthro Life is a podcast that brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds on our creative potential through design, culture, business, and technology. Change your perspective. From Missing Link Studios in Boston, MA. Recommended Links Adam Gamwell on LinkedIn Adam Gamwell on Twitter Adam Gamwell's personal website This Anthro Life Missing Link Studios
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Min’enhle Ncube speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Min’enhle’s journey from anthropology to the HighTechXL accelerator where she became interested in AI and innovation. About Min’enhle Ncube Min’enhle Ncube is an anthropologist researching artificial intelligence in healthcare and its embedded ethics in central and southern Africa. Passionate about applied anthropology and UX research, she worked for technology startups at the HighTechXL, a venture builder on the Eindhoven HighTech Campus. There, she observed a major paucity of multidisciplinary approaches for innovative processes. While technologists envision the future as digital and autonomous, Min’enhle believes that this vision should be more human and socially responsible. She works with a cohort of fellows at the Institute for Humanities in Africa (HUMA), researching broadly on ‘Future Hospitals’, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, AI and the Ethics of Care in Africa. She shares how she is shaping her research work for applied innovation in the sub-Saharan African region. Recommended Links Min’enhle Ncube on LinkedIn Min’enhle Ncube on Twitter
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Dawn Walter speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Dawn’s journey from working as a technical writer to becoming a social anthropologist and then starting the Response-ability Summit and Response-ability.Tech Podcast. About Dawn Walter Dawn Walters holds a BA (Hons) in European History (UEA), a BA (Hons) in Social Anthropology (University of Canterbury, NZ), and an MA (Hons) in Social Anthropology (University of Auckland, NZ). In 2018, Dawn founded the Response-ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology Conference. As a social anthropologist, Dawn believes that social scientists play a crucial role in the design and development of emerging technologies. About the Response-ability Summit The Response-ability Summit brings together technologists, who are working on emerging technology projects related to AI, and anthropologists to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The inaugural 2019 conference saw 150 delegates from around the UK and Europe meeting to discuss socially responsible AI at the Watershed, a leading arts and media space, on Bristol’s historic harbourside. The 2020 event returned on Friday 9 and Monday 12 October, this time online, connecting speakers and delegates from across the globe, and two major sponsors, Microsoft UK and Spotify, with funding from UKRI (ESRC). Recommended Links Dawn Walter on LinkedIn Response-ability Summit Response-ability.Tech Podcast Mundy & Anson
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Max Matus speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Max’s journey from studying social
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Natalia Usme Manrique speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Natalia’s journey from studying cultural analysis at Lund University in Sweden to co-founding Flipa Consultora in Colombia, where she started the first
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Lora Koycheva speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Erin Taylor speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Erin’s journey from studying
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Ken Banks speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Ken’s career as a social entrepreneur working in mobile technology, his current role as  Head of Social Purpose at Yoti, and his upcoming bookThe Pursuit of Purpose. In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Ken Banks speaks with 
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Inga Treitler, Christine Avenarius, and Alberto Guglielmone speak with Matt Artz about the 2021 Global Business Anthropology Summit (GBAS). The summit runs June 14 – 18 and is a  fully online event realized in collaboration with the prestigious Freie Universitat Berlin.   The episode discusses the session themes, the challenges and opportunities of hosting a virtual global summit in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the many achievements of the entire volunteer team.  About the Summit The program includes six sessions, anticipated by two exceptional keynote speakers: Joanna Breidenbach, anthropologist, writer, TED speaker and founder of Betterplace.org one of the largest European crowdfunding companies on sustainability projects, and Das Dach (innovative co-working company) Carlo Colpo, global manager of brand communication of Lavazza, with previous experience in marketing and communication in the automotive world (Jeep brand). Two different interlocutors of business (start up and traditional business) and education (anthropology and business) who will dialogue with Claus- Bernhard Pakleppa, high management consultant (among others for the German government) and founder of the consulting company P4D (Partnership for Development). The main theme of the summit will focus on the future. Are we really read
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Simon Roberts speaks with Matt Artz about his career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Simon’s twenty-year career, which has included founding the UK’s first dedicated
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Verónica Reyero speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Verónica’s journey into business anthropology after studying the rati
In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Autumn McDonald speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business
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